Marion Coutts | 1843 | 15th June 2017
When practicing his photography Man Ray took a shot of a dusty surface that is now renowned for its ambiguity. It prompted the curator of a London show to wonder if twentieth century history can be described “from the perspective of dust”? Dust is “a harbinger of disturbance. This is dust as history, settling in the aftermath of events.” A short essay by the curator and more images are here.